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SBSBackup(1)              BSD General Commands Manual             SBSBackup(1)


NAME

     SBSBackup


SYNOPSIS

     SBSBackup [-cmd -path -source -target -service -opt]


DESCRIPTION

     SBSBackup is the main program that will perform actions supported by the
     Small Business Server Backup ( SBSBackup ).  SBSBackup supports the fol-
     lowing options:

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd backup -source SOURCE_VOLUME
                                    Will start the backup process for the
                                    supplied SOURCE_VOLUME.  This should
                                    always be / for Small Business Server.
     e.g.; /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd backup -source /
                                    Note: the SOURCE_VOLUME for backup
                                    must be at version 1050 or later.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd browse -path PATH -service SERVICE -opt OPT
                                    Will obtain browse listing of service.
                                    SERVICE can be specified as
                                    [all] to get all service browsable items.
     e.g.; /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd browse -path /xxx -service sharePoints

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd postBackupComplete
                                    Removes the .ServerBackups folder from the
                                    boot drive.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd prefs
                                    Show current settings for ServerAdmin
                                    backup.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd purgeSnapShot -path xxx
                                    Will remove a snapshot at the path xxx.
                                    Since data could be removed
                                    this should be used with care.
                                    Use with care!!!

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd restore -path PATH -target DESTINATION_VOLUME
                                    Will start the restore process with
                                    the supplied PATH for the indicated
                                    DESTINATION_VOLUME.  Note: the
                                    DESTINATION_VOLUME is always / e.g.;
     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd restore -path /xxxe -target /
                                    Since data could be overwritten
                                    this should be used with care.  Also,
                                    any special service handling should
                                    be considered!!!
                                    Use with care!!!
                                    Note: the DESTINATION_VOLUME for restore
                                    must be server version 1050 or later.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd restoreService -path PATH -target DESTINA-
     TION_VOLUME -service SERVICE -opt all
                                    Will start the restore process with
                                    the supplied PATH for the indicated
                                    DESTINATION_VOLUME and the indicated
                                    service SERVICE.
                                    Note: the DESTINATION_VOLUME is always /
     e.g.; /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd restoreService -path xxx -target / -ser-
     vice serverSettings

                                    Since data could be overwritten
                                    this should be used with care.
                                    Also, any special service handling
                                    should be considered!!!
                                    Use with care!!!
                                    Note: the DESTINATION_VOLUME for restore
     must be server version $MINVER or later.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd services
                                    Lists the names of services.

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd size  Calculates the size requirements for
                                    doing a backup.
                                    The line returned represents the number
                                    of Kilobytes required for storage.  e.g.;
     total := 1872

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd version
                                    Returns version information for
                                    this binary.  e.g.; Small Business Server
     Backup (SBSBackup), Apple Computer, Inc., Version 10.5

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup -cmd verify -path PATH -service SERVICE -opt log |
     image
                                    Will verify the data using the log file
     for that service.  e.g.; /SBSBackup -cmd verify -path /xxx -service
     sharePoints

     Small Business Server Backup (SBSBackup), Apple Computer, Inc., Version
     10.5


FILES

     /usr/sbin/SBSBackup                           Main program

Darwin                           June 15, 2008                          Darwin

Mac OS X 10.5 Server - Generated Sun Jun 15 12:06:24 CDT 2008
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